According to Reports gathered, the Anambra state police command has arrested a 27 years old man for attempting to kill his friend over one thousand naira debt.
Mr Friday Asuquo 'M' was arrested by officers attached to Special anti robbery squad.
The suspect resides at Enu- Orji village, Amawbia in Anambra state.
According to reports released by SP Haruna Mohammed, the PRO of Anambra State police command, the suspect had a misunderstanding with his friend over an unpaid debt of one thousand naira.
In response, the culprit was reported to have ran into a church, brought out a pump action gun with 4 live cartridges and reportedly shot his friend at the back.
However, the weapon used for the assault has been recovered by the police, three live cartridges as well as one used cartridge were recovered as exhibits from the crime.
It was also revealed that the suspect confessed to the crime and very soon, he would be brought to book and face his crime squarely.
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